Interview with Honey Lauren, Writer and Director of “Wives of the Skies”

With the award winning “Wives of the Skies” now available on Amazon Prime Video (courtesy of Hewes Pictures), I was able to speak with writer and director Honey Laurens. Laurens, a prolific and notable cult actress has unleashed her third short, which she describes as an ode to “randy stewardesses.” Lauren’s “Wives of the Skies” has garnered over 30 awards, and features a great cast including Rachel Alig, Maddison Bullock, Sebastian Fernandez, and Drew Brandon Jones, and she speaks enthusiastically about her newest work.

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Interview with “Relic” Director Natalie Erika James

Photography credit: Ashley Mustow (https://cargocollective.com/ashleymustow)

With the recent limited theatrical and VOD release of critically acclaimed horror film “Relic”, Cinema Crazed had the chance to talk to filmmaker Natalie Erika James, who makes her feature film debut courtesy of IFC Midnight.

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Interview with Hans Hernke, Producer and Star of “Another Plan from Outer Space”

With almost eighty acting credits to his name, and experience in various fields of production and filmmaking, we spoke to Hans Hernke, the producer and co-star of “Another Plan from Outer Space.” The science fiction thriller is an impressive indie about a space crew stranded in a large harsh landscape looking for help. Hernke took time out for an interview to discuss the development for the movie, the upcoming toy line for it, and his new movie which he’s collaborating with “Another Plan” director Lance Polland on.

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Interview with Antonio Pantoja, Director of “One Must Fall”

Antonio Pantoja is an acclaimed artist, photographer, and man of many skills who has just completed “One Must Fall.” Now premiering in various festivals around America and garnering various accolades, Pantoja’s horror comedy slasher is making waves, and Emilie Black took time from his busy schedule to ask about his career and love of film.

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Interview with actor Marc Natoli, of “The Proposal”

Marc Natoli is a new-ish actor who just landed in Los Angeles to take it by storm. His skills are clear in The Proposal where he gets to kick much ass and show that he’s got some acting chops to go with that. Marc was gracious enough to give us a bit of time to answer some of our questions and do a mini photo shoot around Hollywood.

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Interview with Mike Mort, Director of “Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires”

Director Michael Mort has been working in stop motion animation for most of his cinematic career, working with studios such as Aardman Animations and his own studio Animortal Productions, and is a clear fan of old school action films and their over-the-top styles.

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Interview with Tommy Bertelsen, Director of Welcome to Mercy

Welcome to Mercy is your second feature as a director, what attracted you to it?
I’m still figuring out what sort of filmmaker I am. Telling stories for a living is such a broad and nebulous job — Your work is this delicate combination of deeply personal ideas, natural instincts, collaborative partnerships, and practical opportunities. How you balance and navigate those ends up defining what you put out in the world… and I think in a very real way it also ends up defining who you are.

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